I saw this post on Scor-Pal
designed by Sue Berker using a 4 x 5 cardstock with an insert.
I had to try this as it was so cute. Here is my version:
I added nuggets inside the carriage, and it took 8 nuggets to fill the carriage. Although this was cute, I found it to be too finicky for me because if you are not familiar with the 15/16″ rule on the cutting board, you had to first figure out where 15/16″ lye on your cutting mat. The hood was created using the largest scalloped oval nestabilities. Then it was trimmed down (about 1/3 off the other side which wasted paper), and attached it with brads on both sides, and then the insert was added in to hide the backing of your brads.
As I was thinking to myself … how can I mass produce this for my upcoming craft shows … then it hit me, and the light bulb went on … our nugget box die. Here is my modified version of the baby carriage:
I obtain the same concept but in a smaller version, and it is way easier. The box assembled like 1-2-3. The hood was made by the largest scallop nestabilities round, cut in half (no wastage as you would use the other half to make more) and it took only 4 chocolate nuggets!
Papers: Bayou Blue Cardstock, Basic Black, Walk in the Park DSP
Accessories: Brads, Black Grosgrain Ribbon
Punches: 1 1/4″ round circle, 1″ round circle, 1/2″ round circle
Thanks for stopping,